You can identify as Scottish all you like, I think it's really cute!did someone hear a fart? I smelled it reading post 298.
The fart thinks one has to be in Scotland to be Scot.
hey fart, tell that to me clan chief who is chief of the entire clan worldwide and he lives in Tasmania, you piece of nothingness who wouldn't make a scab on any laddie's or lassie's rear end anywhere in the world, you piece of nothingness, you can kiss my Scottish rear end, not literally, I wouldn't allow your nothingness to kiss my derriere in person.
I AM an actual SCOT, your trashiness!!!
go get your jollies on someone else, other than meself, excrement.
Your stupid hind end response to the truth ought to be real intelligent.
I'm reading a 700+ page book on me cousins, A History of Wales by John Davies. lotta people don't know it but William Wallace of Scottish fame was descended from Welsh folk by the name of Wallis. Lotsa Welsh moved to the Scottish Highlands to get away from the English.
Very interesting especially about the period I am interested most in, prehistory to 1400.
Have a fine trashing day and night, tranp! You can trash me all you want but there will be truthful responses. Later, liar!!!
It's not likely to be accepted as truth or well received amongst folks who are actually Scottish, though. Softening the comment to tell them that your people were from the area originally, rather than pretending that you're Scottish (unless you've got a British passport and proper accent), is likely going to make conversations with the locals up North easier.